Badrutt’s Palace Hotel upgraded

Switzerland's Badrutt’s Palace Hotel in St. Moritz completed the $7.7-million renovations of its seventh and eighth floors.

The Badrutt’s Palace Hotel in St. Moritz, Switzerland was also supplied with new furniture. Furniture was brought from all areas of the hotel to Austria, revitalized and delivered again to St. Moritz. At the end of the renovation period, a refurbished public area and a new bel étage with 28 suites were presented.

The newly renovated rooms have walnut parquet flooring and a palette of green and beige hues. The bathrooms have a Geberit toilet integrated with shower function and warm air-dryer, and a wet-room style shower with glass door flush with the floor. Additional highlights in some of the rooms include an inbuilt Ad Notam mirror TV and small night-lights to guide guests from bedside to bathroom if they wake during the night.

The newly-renovated rooms now have a media hub, TV to iPhone connectivity, LED flat screen TV and Wi-Fi. Additionally, all renovated rooms now come equipped with a PlayStation 3 console.

Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has 157 guestrooms and 37 suites with views of the Swiss Alps. The hotel is a member of Leading Hotels of the World, Swiss Deluxe Hotels and Swiss Historic Hotels.

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